French Cup

Founded in 2001 and organised by the French Football Federation, the French Women's Football Cup is a national competition open to amateur and professional clubs

Women French Cup

Previously called Challenge de France, the competition acquired its current name in 2011. It is now the only national knockout competition of French women's football. Over the course of the editions that make up its history, six clubs have managed to engrave their name on the competition's prize list. Olympique Lyonnais is the most successful club to date, winning nine titles. The record attendance record for a French Women's Football Cup final dates from the 2018 edition, with Paris Saint-Germain beating Olympique Lyonnais 2-1 in front of more than 12,000 spectators at La Meinau Stadium.

Toulouse FC won the very first edition in 2001.

PSG record in French Cup

2 Titles


-2010 -2018

Its hystory

Like its counterpart in men's football, the French Women's Cup is organised in several knockout qualifying rounds, open to clubs affiliated to the French Football Federation. Clubs enter the competition gradually by level, with D1 Arkema's clubs not appearing until the round of 16. In the event of a draw at the end of regulation time, the two teams will be decided directly in a penalty shootout.

The Parisians won their 2nd Women's French Cup in 2018 with a goal from Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

French Cup stakes for Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain is making the French Women's Football Cup a goal season after season. Having lifted the trophy twice in its history, the Parisian side will be looking for a third title synonymous with second place in the ranking of the most successful teams in the French Women's Football Cup, ahead of Montpellier Hérault Sporting Club.